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Gunning for the traditional Labour votes in Kildare town

The Kildare South three-seater is a key constituency for Labour

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
31st January, 2016
Michael Wall of Labour canvassing in Kildare, accompanied by Michael Brennan of The Sunday Business Post and Dennis Flood, who has been canvassing for Labour since 1969Barry Cronin

Labour’s Mark Wall is seeking to hold onto the seat that his father Jack has fought for over the past 19 years.

But he found out during the last local election campaign in 2014 that he was in for a battle. Voters with downcast heads at the doors did not want to accept Labour leaflets or engage with him.

“That was a tough campaign. But people are beginning to see now that there’s a difference...

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